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[audio]TFR635 - itSELF - Make My Suffer Short - itSELF
itSELF - Make My Suffer Short 01 - Delirium 02 - Ultraviolence 03 - I can't stop 04 - Psychotic Domination 05 - Make my suffer short 06 - Haloperidol 07 - Guess who I am 08 - Chaos 09 - Inner emaciation of the flesh 10 - Silent Disease 11 - Twisted into a malignant tumour itSELF Estevan Furlan - Drums / Vocals Ricardo Falcon - Guitar / Bass www.facebook.com/itselfdeath www.myspace.com/itselfdeath www.youtube.com/itselfdeath www.reverbnation.com/itselfdeath On Twitter @itselfdeath www.itself.com....
Keywords: itSELF; Make; My; Suffer; Short; Thrash; Death; Metal; Brazil; Torn; Flesh; Records
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[image]Fear Itself - Fear Itself

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[movies]Kakaya-to live april 2006 - Kakaya-to band itself
The live recording of Kakaya-to home concert at 26 April 2006.
Keywords: rock,live
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[image]X Y & Zee - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[movies]Kakaya-to live 18 march 2006 - Kakaya-to band itself
This is VHS-recording of Kakaya-to "kvartirnik" live concert at 18 march 2006.
Keywords: rock,live
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[image]Ich bin ein Ausländer - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]X Y & Zee - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]Everything's Cool - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]R.S.V.P. / Familus Horribilus - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]Axe of Men 2010 - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]This Is the Day… This Is the Hour… This Is This! - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[unknown]Touched by the Hand of Cicciolina - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]Poppies on Patrol: 23-08-1991: Reading Festival, Reading, UK - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]A Lick of the Old Cassette Box - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]New Noise Designed by a Sadist - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]Very Metal Noise Pollution - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]Love Missile F1-11 - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]R.S.V.P. / Familus Horribilus - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]16 Different Flavours of Hell - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]Get the Girl! Kill The Baddies! - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]On Patrol in the UK 2012 - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]Two Fingers My Friends - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]Bulletproof! - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]Dance of the Mad - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]Dos Dedos Mis Amigos - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]4 Hits - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]Watch The Bitch Blow EP - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]Dos Dedos Mis Amigos / A Lick of the Old Cassette Box - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]On Patrol in the UK 2012 - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]The Looks or the Lifestyle - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]This Is the Day… This Is the Hour… This Is This! - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]PWEI Product 1986-1994 - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]Can U Dig It? - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]Karmadrome - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]Watch the bitch blow - Pop Will Eat Itself
[image]Dos Dedos Mis Amigos - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]This Is the Day… This Is the Hour… This Is This! - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]Ich Bin Ein Auslander - Pop Will Eat Itself

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[image]This Is the Day… This Is the Hour… This Is This! - Pop Will Eat Itself
[audio]Valparaiso Rock! Vol.2 - Music: see credits, compilation itself: miranda & villarroel
Second Volume of Valparaiso Rock! (www.valparaisorock.cl) Créditos Vol.2 1 (Letras: Daniel Morales / Música: Perro Alegre) | 2 (Música:8 Bolas/Letra:Pablo de Rokha) | 3 (Chinoy) | 4 (Letras: Eduardo Saavedra; Música: Pasto) | 5 (Letras: Aldo "Macha" Asenjo; Música: La Floripondio) | 6 (Spix) |7 (Guacho Riquelme) | 8 (Diego Peralta) | 9 (Guille Arancibia) | 10 (Marcelo Baeza Sequeira) | 11 ( Roberto Escobar, Cristián Lucero, Moussa Kandalaf) |12 (Fritz Demuth) | 13 (Fernández, Figueroa, Fu...
Keywords: valparaisorock; chile; valparaiso; chile; rock
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[audio]Valparaiso Rock! - Music: see credits, compilation itself: miranda & villarroel
Valparaiso Rock! A rock compilation from Valparai­so, Chile. (www.valparaisorock.cl) Créditos de las obras. 1 (I. y F. Cortez) | 2 (Música:J.González-W.Verdejo-P.Quiroz/Letra:J.González) | 3 (Cazuela de Cöndor) | 4 (Letras: Marcelo Rojas Toro; Música: Marcelo Rojas Toro-Tarifa Local del Sector) | 5 (Los Vibradores) | 6 ( L. Rojas y C. Valdovinos) |7 (Cuantiosos Daños Morales) | 8 (Arosteguy/Frez/Retamal) | 9 (Umbría en Kalafate) | 10 (Música: Benítez / Letras: Salvador Medel) | 11 (So...
Keywords: valparaisorock; valparaiso; rock; chile
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[audio]CSLNJ Podcast: The Next Step with Rev. Dr. Kenn Gordon (3/24/13) - 31:28 - A Sunday talk from The Center for Spiritual Living North Jersey by Rev. Dr. Kenn Gordon - Centers for Spiritual Living Spiritual Community Leader. Dr. Kenn speaks to us about using The Thing Itself in the most creative way possible to become part of the change in the landscape of this life we live. Please note: All recordings are copyrighted by the author.
31:28 - A Sunday talk from The Center for Spiritual Living North Jersey by Rev. Dr. Kenn Gordon - Centers for Spiritual Living Spiritual Community Leader.Dr. Kenn speaks to us about using The Thing Itself in the most creative way possible to become part of the change in the landscape of this life we live.Please note: All recordings are copyrighted by the author.
Keywords: Center for Spiritual Living; Ernest Holmes; Science of Mind; Law of Attraction
Downloads: 113
[image]Mount Kazbek, Caucasus, Russia - <font size="-2" face="helvetica, arial, sans">high resolution 1000 pixel-wide image</font>This photograph of Mt. Kazbek was taken from the International Space Station on August 13, 2002. The astronauts and cosmonauts took the photograph at the request of the Russian URAGAN project, which is studying changes in the world’s glaciers in response to global climate change. Although scientists have predicted the possibility of large glacial collapses as the climate warms, no one predicted that tragedy would strike the mountain village of Karmadon, a little more than a month later.On September 20 a collapse of a hanging glacier from the slope of Mt Dzhimarai-Khokh onto the Kolka glacier triggered an avalanche of ice and debris that went over the Maili Glacier terminus then slid over 15 miles. It buried small villages in the Russian Republic of North Ossetia, killing dozens of people. Where the ice stopped, the glacial debris flow dammed rivers further below. Several lakes formed and one of them flooded a village. The lakes are now threatening to burst and form debris flows.This photograph shows the lower part of the Kolka Glacier terminus, on to which the glacier from Mt Dzhimarai-Khokh collapsed—the mountain itself is further to the west. However, the Maili Glacier and its terminus, as well as the upper part of the Genaldon River valley that was filled by the debris slide is very clear in the photo. In this very detailed view, Karmadon is much further to the North.Exactly a hundred years ago, in 1902, the same kind of catastrophe happened in this valley, killing 32 people. In 1969 Kolka Glacier surged, but there were no casualties and the villages were not affected. The 1969 surge was studied by a special expedition, however after the glacier stabilized, research in the area stopped. It was concluded that the 1902 catastrophe was also a result of a glacier surge. The latest data on the 2002 catastrophe raise doubts in this conclusion—it is possible that the 1902 event resulted from a similar cascade of collapses.Russian scientists Olga Tutubalina, Dmitry Petrakov, Sergei Chernomorets (Moscow State University) and Lev Dessinov (Russian Academy of Sciences) have been cooperating with the NASA Crew Earth Observations project to help interpret detailed glacier imagery captured from the International Space Station. International Space Station crewmembers are surveying glaciers around the world using their low orbit and high-magnification lenses to get high spatial resolution.
<font size="-2" face="helvetica, arial, sans">high resolution 1000 pixel-wide image</font>This photograph of Mt. Kazbek was taken from the International Space Station on August 13, 2002. The astronauts and cosmonauts took the photograph at the request of the Russian URAGAN project, which is studying changes in the world’s glaciers in response to global climate change. Although scientists have predicted the possibility of large glacial collapses as the climate warms, no one predicte...
Keywords: What -- International Space Station (ISS); What -- Earth; Where -- Moscow; Where -- Russia
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31:28 - A Sunday talk from The Center for Spiritual Living North Jersey by Rev. Dr. Kenn Gordon - Centers for Spiritual Living Spiritual Community Leader. Dr. Kenn speaks to us about using The Thing Itself in the most creative way possible to become part of the change in the landscape of this life we live. Please note: All recordings are copyrighted by the author.
<font size="-2" face="helvetica, arial, sans">high resolution 1000 pixel-wide image</font>This photograph of Mt. Kazbek was taken from the International Space Station on August 13, 2002. The astronauts and cosmonauts took the photograph at the request of the Russian URAGAN project, which is studying changes in the world’s glaciers in response to global climate change. Although scientists have predicted the possibility of large glacial collapses as the climate warms, no one predicted that tragedy would strike the mountain village of Karmadon, a little more than a month later.On September 20 a collapse of a hanging glacier from the slope of Mt Dzhimarai-Khokh onto the Kolka glacier triggered an avalanche of ice and debris that went over the Maili Glacier terminus then slid over 15 miles. It buried small villages in the Russian Republic of North Ossetia, killing dozens of people. Where the ice stopped, the glacial debris flow dammed rivers further below. Several lakes formed and one of them flooded a village. The lakes are now threatening to burst and form debris flows.This photograph shows the lower part of the Kolka Glacier terminus, on to which the glacier from Mt Dzhimarai-Khokh collapsed—the mountain itself is further to the west. However, the Maili Glacier and its terminus, as well as the upper part of the Genaldon River valley that was filled by the debris slide is very clear in the photo. In this very detailed view, Karmadon is much further to the North.Exactly a hundred years ago, in 1902, the same kind of catastrophe happened in this valley, killing 32 people. In 1969 Kolka Glacier surged, but there were no casualties and the villages were not affected. The 1969 surge was studied by a special expedition, however after the glacier stabilized, research in the area stopped. It was concluded that the 1902 catastrophe was also a result of a glacier surge. The latest data on the 2002 catastrophe raise doubts in this conclusion—it is possible that the 1902 event resulted from a similar cascade of collapses.Russian scientists Olga Tutubalina, Dmitry Petrakov, Sergei Chernomorets (Moscow State University) and Lev Dessinov (Russian Academy of Sciences) have been cooperating with the NASA Crew Earth Observations project to help interpret detailed glacier imagery captured from the International Space Station. International Space Station crewmembers are surveying glaciers around the world using their low orbit and high-magnification lenses to get high spatial resolution.

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